WPGeek Ltd, the company behind WindowsPhoneGeek.com â€“ the leading Windows Phone development community, today announced the launch of the invitation-only beta of their new Marketplace for Windows Phone app development components.
The WindowsPhoneGeek Marketplace for Windows Phone app development components is the place where developers can buy and sell UI controls, development tools, SDKs, application templates, source code and all kind of components and tools that can be used for Windows Phone application development.
The purpose of the Marketplace is to help developers to build better apps, and more quickly by offering the components they need, but donâ€™t have either the time or resources to build themselves. On the other side, developers that have already built reusable pieces of code for their projects will be able to share them with others and make more money from existing code. Both paid and free components can be published to the marketplace for FREE.
Boryana Miloshevska, Founder and CEO of WPGeek Ltd: â€œ… Our purpose is not just to list thousands of low quality components, but to list those that really can bring value and can help developers to build better apps. So, quality and not just quantity is what we aim to achieve with the WindowsPhoneGeek Marketplace! â€
â€œWe decided to make this an invitation-only beta so that, together with members of the Windows Phone development community, we can create the perfect environment for developers to share their tools and components with others. We expect to start the public beta in September 2012.â€ â€“ said Yordan Pavlov, Founder and CTO
WindowsPhoneGeek.com is the leading community web site for Windows Phone Development. WindowsPhoneGeek.com provides high quality development articles, tutorials, source code, examples, forums, tips, resources, demo videos, latest development news and more. WindowsPhoneGeek.com is a valued community partner and is listed on the Microsoft Windows Phone developer portal at create.msdn.com/en-us/resources/partners .
WPGeek Ltd based in London, UK, is the company behind WindowsPhoneGeek.com. The founding team has many years of experience in building reusable components and is constantly looking for ways to help Windows Phone developers build great apps.
For more information and screenshots see windowsphonegeek.com